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North East Asian Math Competition Returns with Vigor and New Winners
Posted 04/13/2015 02:06PM

"Everybody at this year's math competition is going to remember Keystone," said Yang Zhaohui, a math teacher of Keystone Academy Beijing. He has every reason to be excited and proud of his students. It was a new milestone for Keystone Academy as six students from grades 8 and 9 made their mark at the 2015 North East Asia Math Competition (NEAMC). Beating 36 schools and over 100 students, Keystone students played hard and fast to win second place. Two teams of three students each participated in the NEAMC. The contestants were Winston Jiang, Jack Peng and Tony Wang from grade 9 and Paul Pu, David Zhang and Jason Wang from grade 8. This was Keystone's first ever participation in such a regional competition.

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